PO Box 1345, Port Orford Oregon 97465
Cape Blanco is the westernmost point of the state of Oregon. Its lighthouse is the oldest active lighthouse on the Oregon Coast. Cape Blanco is located on the Cape Blanco Hwy, 10 miles west of Highway 101
, 9 miles north of Port Orford
Facilities include 53 electrical campsites, 4 cabins, a group camping area, hiker/biker camp, picnic area, restroom and shower facilities, and waste water disposal station.
The park also has a horse camp plus a 3.5 mile horse trail. There is a limit of two horses in a corral. Users must keep corrals free of straw and manure accumulations.
The campground is open year-round.
Nearby features include the lighthouse, the 1898 The Historic Hughes House, trails and acres of open riding range.
Other Oregon State Parks nearby:
(Bandon) Bandon State Park
(Bandon) Bullards Beach State Park
(Port Orford) Cape Blanco State Park
() Cape Sebastian State Park
(Bandon) Face Rock State Park
() Geisel Monument State Park
Request a Free copy of the Mile-by-Mile Guide to the Oregon Coast, which will be delivered to your USA postal address. Also request a free first issue of Oregon Coast magazine and sign up for coast deals.
10/13 Coming to The Port Orford area
Spring Thaw Mountain Bike Festival Ashland OR May18-19 The Spring Thaw is Oregon's largest mountain bike event.
Mt. Pisgah Arboretum Wildflower and Music Festival Eugene OR May19 A day of wildflowers, music, food, crafts, and microscopes!
Rhododendron Days Florence OR May17-19 The annual celebration of the blooming of rhododendrons along the central Oregon Coast.
Azalea Festival Brookings OR May24-26 The community-wide festival includes a parade, street fair, art show, car show, flower & quilt shows, breakfasts and BBQ's
Bohemia Mining Days Cottage Grove OR July18-21 Prospectors' breakfast, miners' parade, food booths, gold panning, a pow wow, carnival, kiddie parade, street dance, and more.